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market street. it one of several events in san francisco. >> the finance ears have stole -- they have ruined it for the american people. >> i am going through a foreclosure. >> they rallied at the war memorial building to celebrate their successes in fighting foreclosures. >> any folks that olympianed aup -- that joined up with us. >> reporter: they say their vigil kept alive discussions about corporate? fluence. >> i would like to -- corporate influence. >> i would like to see it solved. >> reporter: chopper 2 captured this scene an hour ago.
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right now there have been no arrests. it has been a peaceful day. coming up, we will tell you about the documents they plan to burn as part of today's celebration. reporting live in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. >> now let's bring in ktvu's christien kafton for the impact they have had on the national discourse and whether it prompted any real change? >> reporter: another look at the crowd here, at california and kearny right now. you see they are blocking traffic on kearny but allowing traffic to pass on california. they say the occupiers changed the national dialogue. >> reporter: occupiers marched through the streets of san francisco this afternoon marching the one year anniversary of the occupy movement. reflecting back on what
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happened and how effective it has been. >> it is starting to make people think differently. >> reporter: she followed the o though the movement and tea party differ they both emerged by economic fears. >> the tea party were afraid it will be taken away from them. the occupy movement was afraid we will never have it. >> reporter: he says the movement set the agenda this year, making issues asias for the -- issues for the democratic party. >> for the first time since the 1930s there is a debate about social and economic equality. >> reporter: about noon today he said while the message
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changed the national dialogue the movement lost momentum because of a number of factors, not the least of which is police crack down and too much focus on the flakier elements. christien kafton, ktvu channel 2 news. [ music playing ] >> in new york city protesters marched in the birth place of the occupy wall street movement. music and dancing but some protesters tried to form a human chain, police stepped in. 100 people were arrested throughout this day in new york, most on disorderly conduct. at times occupy wall street protests took over parts of oakland. some of the most memorable moments happened in oakland. october 25, scott olsen was hit in the head during violence
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clashes. november 2, police fired tear gas on activists. police say they were targeted. dozens of arrests there. december 12, occupy protesters block operations that port of oakland. the port director said such action only hurt the 99% in keeping thousands of workers off the job. our continuing coverage on today's protests, we are monitoring the situation from news chopper 2 and on the ground, we will bring you updates as they move throughout the city and another live report coming up. flight from san francisco is one of two flights held on john f. kennedy international airport today. they landed around noon our
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time. both planes were moved after someone called saying there were hijackers hiding in the wheel wells. the planes were searched, the passengers questioned but in the end nothing was found. >> the san jose police chief is resigning. ktvu's janine de la vega is live with the reason for the departure and what impact it may have. >> reporter: officers told me they are not surprised by chris moore's decision to retire. morale is at an all time low. we heard from the chief this afternoon. >> reporter: police chief chris moore walked in ready to explain why he was leaving. he wants to spend more time with his family. >> just the right time. >> reporter: his announcement comes after violence in the
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last month. there have been complaints about not enough officers on the streets. 79 have resigned and retired. one of the factors is the city's decision to reform pension. >> it had something to do with it. i am not kidding you. i have been disappointed that we weren't able to get some things done that i think, perhaps, i wish we had. he is not surprised by the chief's decision and says whoever takes the position next will have a challenge. >> it is getting worse. i think the chief leaving i think is probably in his own way him standing standing with the troops. >> they are sad to see him leave and praise the job he has gone. he recognizes the dempty of the
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position. >> difficult of the position. >> it will be a frustrating job. >> reporter: the city manager will begin a nationwide search immediately. his last day is january 31 of next year. reporting live, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. a stand off in a neighborhood today ended with the suspect shot by police. people living in the area in concord were ordered to stay inside their homes. police received a call after 8:00 a.m. this morning about a armed man in the driveway of a home. police say the man threatened them. he resisted attempts to control him and that is when they fired. the man got inside the house and then a s.w.a.t. team was called in. >> s.w.a.t. team was called, the offender crawled out of the home and
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gave himself up. >> the man's condition is not yet known. the shelter in place order was lifted. the sheriff's deputy is working -- the sheriff's office is working on the identity of a body found this morning. it is not clear if the person died after being hit by a train. big rig accident this morning has been cleared up. the chp says the driver lost control of the trailer and the rig over turned before 9:00 a.m. that spilled 2700 pounds of sand on the road. they cleaned up the sand and the driver was checked out for minor injuries. sky diver who plunged to his death has been identified.
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officials say donald brown was sky diving on saturday night. witnesses say his parachute opened but as he maneuvered he hit the ground at a high rate of speed and died. authorities have identified a mother and daughter killed over the weekend after a power boat operated by a man suspected of drinking crashed into their boat. they were boating saturday night. he was arrested and booked on two counts of manslaughter. the california man accused of kidnapping his children and taking him on a stolen yacht was in court today. he was scheduled to enter a plea today but it was postponed till october 4. he took the
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children because he said the mother was abusing them. the mother denies those claims. the girlfriend of thomas kinkade may have to start paying rent. she and his wife were battling over his estate and today the judge ordered both sides to work on a agreement to settle rental rate. her attorney says she deserves a discount on the rent. >> the opposition has posted 24 hour security at the residents. it is very inconvenient, it has been harassing. >> she claims he gave his home to her. her attorney plans to ask for a early trail date to settle the
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matter. a south bay neighborhood celebrates the reopening of a school shut down because of fire. >> and protesters live in san francisco, marking one year since the occupy movement began. >> cooler today. temperatures dropped 5-10 degrees. how cool will it be on your tuesday? i am back here in a few minutes and i will have all the specifics on your tuesday forecast.
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happening now, another live picture from san francisco. news chopper 2 is following the progress of the occupy protesters who have been marching this afternoon. they are marking the one year anniversary of the first occupy wall street protest in new york. they are at california and kearny at the bank of america building. they were expecting a rally at 5:00 p.m. and this is a live picture.
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looks like they are in a plaza area. we will stay on top of this story. david stevenson is on the ground and we expect a report coming up in minutes here at 5:30 p.m. students and teachers return to class today after a foyer damaged -- fire damaged their school. ktvu's ann rubin tells house how it rose from the ashes. >> reporter: students were smiles after a few days off. >> the school burned so there is no school today. >> reporter: last week a fire spread through one of the buildings at beechwood elementary school destroying the administration area and the third grade classroom. now students will be moved to the computer lab instead. >> i think it will feel weird because i am used to being in a certain classroom. >> reporter: they made sure the building was removed and all evidence of the fire washed away. >> there is a lot of shelfing
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that went on. a lot of strategizing. >> reporter: 100 parents came out over the weekend to help with the clean up and more have been dropping off donations to replace the supplies lost. >> that is a testament to our community. we have strong parent support here and the community has been awesome. >> reporter: they are eager to get back to class but say it is important to talk to students. >> even though we lost a lot we still have each other and we will be all right. the school had plans for a big construction project this summer, now the need for new buildings is more urgent. ann rubin, ktvu channel 2 news. now to our continuing coverage of the wave of anti- american protests. one of the victims last week in
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libya is being remembered tonight. a candlelight vigil will be held for u.s. ambassador chris stevens at the college of law in san francisco. he got his degree there after graduating from university of california at berkeley. the video continues to enrage muslims around the world. >> rioters today attacked the u.s. embassy in indonesia. protesters were also in the streets of beirut where he made a rare appearance and called for nationwide protests this week and in pakistan hundreds targeted the u.s. consulate. >> we are condemning this film through this protest and saying all the diplomats should be sent back to the u.s.
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>> washington ordered all non- essential staff to leave and as al-qaeda called for more attacks on american targets. that film which was made by a man in southern california is now banned in a half dozen countries. and the pakistani prime minister ordered the suspension of google's youtube service in that country. busy day on the campaign trail. president obama attended two rallies in ohio. he said he is fighting back against chinese auto subsidies. >> when other countries don't play by the rules we have done something about it. we brought more trade cases against china than the previous administration did in two. and every case that has been
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decided we won. >> they ask the world trade organization to stop illegal subsidies for the chinese auto industry. they say they give them an unfair advantage. >> mitt romney spent time in los angeles today. he spoke that chamber of commerce where he accused president obama of breaking his promise. >> president obama created what he call as stop gap measure. those are his words for children who were brought her illegally. instead of playing politics with the children, i will pursue permanent immigration reform. >> he says he opposes amnesty because it weakens the u.s. system.
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weather related days at san francisco international airport are clearing up now. low visibility due to morning fog and clouds. at the peak from noon to 3:00 p.m., 50 flights were delayed by 70 minutes. the flow control program was called off when the skies cleared up and weather related effects at san francisco international airport and all around the bay. >> especially livermore valley, they dropped off 10 degrees. most of us 5 degrees. cooler today than yesterday. fog is still in the forecast but the days are getting shorter. starting to feel like fall. fall off the coast. patchy now. the fog is breaking away now. in the next few hours it will turn around and push back into many bay area neighborhoods.
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big ridge of high pressure but up in this area there is a low pressure center. you can barely pick it out. that is enough as it bumps up to the coast to keep temperatures on the mild side all week. tomorrow's temperatures like today. very similar. maybe a degree warmer. when low pressure does that, gets up against the coast, stretches out the marine layer. we could see clear coastal sections by tomorrow afternoon. the cool, moist air, that is what the marine layer is. that cool air will push comeland and keeps the in-- push inland and keeps the inland valley temperatures warmer. the fog got lifted.
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over the coastal hills. oakland, fremont, livermore. we will have lot tomorrow and then it burns off quickly and clearing. let's look for that tomorrow afternoon, which is typical for fall. not because of off shore flore, because of inversion. highs tomorrow, 80s in the inland. lots of 70s and 60s for your forecast tuesday. interesting week coming up, officially the beginning of fall. over night lows are cool. when i come back the five-day forecast. today google announced announced the acquisition of snap scene. the terms of the deal were not disclosed but it could attract users to google + and will compete with facebook's
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instagram. right now google + has 400 million account holders and facebook has twice as many as that. zinger is trying to diversify. they plan to acquire a bit lucky. it reflect as shift away from more casual -- reflects a shift away from more casual games. still to come here, a bomb threat at a major university and week two of a teacher's strike in chicago, the action being taken by the city's mayor to try to put the strike to an end.
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. chicago teachers stayed off the job today. and that left hundreds of thousands of students and parents in limbo. >> little bit of a disappointment. but i understand why they are holding out so i support the teachers. >> teachers were on the picket lines today one week after they first walked out. leaders reached a tentative agreement but the union voted to remain on strike to give them tile to review the deal. the biggest concerns are working conditions, wages and job security. both sides say they have been reasonable. >> we have gone without pay for five days. that is an important decision,
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and when they come back they want to do it with a clear consiance -- conscious. >> the mayor went to court today to try to force the teachers to return but the judge put off a ruling till later this week. they could decide to end the strike and resume classes wednesday. another major university cleared out because of a bomb threat. this time louisiana state university. thousands of students were since out this afternoon after a 911 call. no bomb was found. this is the third bomb scare in the last couple dize clear out -- days to clear out universities. >> what protesters in san
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complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> news chopper 2 over occupy wall street activists in san francisco, marking one year since the movement began. we have been chicking in telling you where they are -- checking in telling you where they are as they make their way to the bank of america building. now to ktvu's david stevenson live in the city and the effect it is having on people in the area. >> reporter: most of the
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protesters made their way to the bank of america building. there is at least 250 people here. this is the sight where the occupy san francisco movement began a year ago. take a look over head, chopper 2 captured this this afternoon, 100 at the time marching around san francisco's financial district. protesters blocked several intersections. it was one of several actions marking the day in san francisco. occupy activists spoke to me about how the movement changed ovthe course of a year. >> -- over the course of a year. >> there is people that have different ideas about where they would like to take it. some people want to move it into a political arena. >> reporter: back out here live that bank of america plaza. you see one of the signs.
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there have been no arrests so far according to police. they plan to cap the day with a burning in which they will burn debt papers. reporting live, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. >> in davis 50 protesters staged a peaceful demonstration. it is the second time they targeted the product company. many wore costumes and masks. the daily californian is reporting news from cal's water polo team. 5 players were suspended for violating the team's code of conduct. there are no details on what they did. searchers continue to look for a firefighter who disappeared after leaving on a
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train. ktvu's john fowler is live in the news room. >> reporter: charles dowd is 69 and disappeared between denver and chicago. >> reporter: we got this video in. charles dowd's family flew to omaha to pass out flyers at the train station, asking residents to help search for him. >> he was excited about, you know, the trip. and this is just a shocking, shocking turn of events. >> reporter: amtrak says his bag and cell phone was found on the train in chicago. as the train neared omaha a conductor reported a man acting confused. >> they won't tell us any more. if he was confused, then why
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didn't -- there must have been some way to monitoring him better -- monitor him better. >> reporter: his wife says he has medical issues. his medicines could cause confusion. they will continue the search tomorrow in nebraska. health and science editor john fowler ktvu channel 2 news. >> officials called off a search for a missing san francisco man who fell into the napa river yesterday during a fishing trip. he was fishing with a friend on green island. the friend who does not know thew swim is the -- know how taswim is the one who -- to swim is the one who called 911. unarrest half a world away is adding fuel to had fire. ktvu's consumer editor tom vacar is live with the three
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key factors that could tighten supply. >> reporter: think about it, normally gas prices go down. but today they are jacking up the price. the nationwide average for a gallon $3.86. 14 cents higher than a month ago. 26 higher than a year ago. here is the math, for every 10 dollars increase, you pay an extra 25 cents a gallon. todayit is $4.19. a year ago, $3.85. >> we switched to an electric car. we plug in at home. i will never see a gas station again. >> it would have to be small
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and gas efficient. probably a hybrid. >> i don't think that a lot of people are making a lut of noise about -- a lot of noise about it. >> reporter: prices reflection perception of supply and demand. >> the supply has serious problems right now. >> reporter: current supply worries that israel might attack iran to stop nuclear weapons. >> future dangers in the sitiation in the middle east. the potential -- situation in the middle east, middle east, the potential for budget problems in the united states that leads to another recession and the problems in europe. >> reporter: whatever it is, you are paying for it. consumer editor tom vacar ktvu channel 2 news. after weeks of anticipation
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shell announced it is scaling back its plan to trial off the alaskan coast -- to drill off the alaskan coast. it comes in the wake of several mishaps, including work delays and the failure of one of the well's oil containment system. on wall street today it was down across the board. the dow is down 40 to 13,553. the nasdaq is down 5 at 3,178. the s&p is down 4 t 1,461. coming up here, a samsung ad that takes a bite out of apple and more excitement over the iphone 5, how the cell phone is already setting records.
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happening now, back out live that occupy protest going on in san francisco. demonstrators are marking the one year anniversary of the occupy wall street movement. protesters have been marching and demonstrating in san francisco's financial district for the past few hours. what you are hooking at is protesters at kearny and california in front of the bank of america building. at this point it looks like they are not blocking traffic on the street. there are about 250 people
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there and so far everything has been peaceful and there have been no arrests. the first iphone 5 have been shipped out. it will arrive by friday. apple also announced a new preorder record, 2 million phones that is double from the iphone 4s. the iphone 5 is driving apple stock to nigh height -- new heights. samsung is trying to take a ad out of apple. it compare as long list of teaches for the galaxy to a -- teaches for the galaxy -- features for the galaxy to the iphone 5. it also has a list of teaches for the new iphone 5 and a -- features for the new
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iphone 5. officials say airlines reported 18 long tarmac delays on more than three hours in july and there was one for four hours. all but two involved chicago's o'hare airport. no bay area airports had any. the subtle endeavor was supposed to be blown to los angeles today but rough weather postponed the trip till wednesday. it will be bolted to the top of a jumbo jet and stop in houston and california before arriving in los angeles on friday. that will go on display that california science center. tickets went on sale today for the a's post season. we will tell you what is still
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available. >> and i am back here in a few minutes tracking the fog right now. when i come back we will look that five-day forecast and show you significant changes coming throughout the week. ñçbñ
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more live pictures of the occupy rally in downtown san francisco on the one year anniversary of the occupy wall street movement. protesters have been matching for the fast few -- marching
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for the past few hours. they are now at montgomery and california. they have gone one block east. a lot about this picture stays the same. marchers, it appears to be peaceful. crews on the scene are falling the action. the police academy is back for the first time in four years. 55 new recruits began the process today. the department says it has the lowest staffing levels in a decade. there are high hopes for the oakland a's who are exceeding everyone's expectations. in fact today the team started selling playoff tickets. ktvu's cara liu is at the stadium, they have already sold a lot of playoff tickets. >> they have and there were a
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lot of people out here. let me tell you, this line goes around this office here, there are tons of people out here and it went past those barriers. >> reporter: there is no guarantee they will make it to the post season but that didn't detour a's fans. >> the unity on the team, i have never seen that before. >> we will get the money back if it doesn't happen. >> reporter: several hundreds were in line as they went on sale at 10:00 a.m. this morning. >> i am exciting. who knows maybe a bay bridge series and we don't have another earthquake. >> so exciting. been following them since 1968. >> reporter: she hopes to take her grandson. >> i am getting too old.
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>> reporter: 30,000 tickets were sold by the first hour. >> it is something we didn't dream about doing but we are happy now. >> many were all too happy to buy. >> reporter: aren't you supposed to be at work? >> supposed to be. everything is covered. tickets are most important. >> reporter: what is your boss going to think? >> we will find out in a couple hours. >> reporter: if the season ended today they would have the top wildcard spot. right now they are two games ahead of baltimore and they start a 10 game stretch on the road tomorrow. the potential wildcard game has been the most popular so far and there are a few tickets left. cara liu, ktvu channel 2 news. a lot of folks are
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wondering if there is going to be a nhl season. the national hockey league lock out is underway. the players repoliced a video after -- released a video on sunday blaming the owners for the dispute. several nhl players have signed to play hockey over seas. court is expected to decide tomorrow whether to stop the publication of photos showing catherine, duchess of cambridge topless. they are seeking damages from the magazine showing kate sun bathing topless. they continue their good will tour of the pacific. a study finds teens who engage in sexting are more likely to behave in risky
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behavior. those who sent racy texts were 7 times more likely to be sexually a active. girls were more likely to have had multiple sex partners. back now to our bay area weather and over to our chief meteorologist bill martin. >> we are getting to that time of year, fall, and this is what you expect. the cool over night lows and the mild day time highs. i will show you the temperature foot print. the reds, 80s. 98 degrees right now in redding. you can read that. over the bay area, yellows and greens, 60s and 50s for that matter and low 80s. temperatures the next couple days stay on the mild side. weak low-pressure system off shore. it keeps things mixed up. fog in the morning, mild day time highs. what you get today, you get
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tomorrow. today temperatures dropped off. tomorrow temperatures may go up. 45 in napa. that is cool, right? hayward probably wearing a jacket, 52 degrees. chilly. the big picture here, more of the same tomorrow. more of the same on wednesday. more of the same on thursday and then things start to warm up for the bay area weekend. the weather theme will be mild weather. not hot. you can find heat but you have to go east. this high-pressure system is the culprit. it won't bring rain but it pushes the fog up and brings us cool air from the coast. you find heat if you go east but not in the bay area. around the bay tomorrow, 80s. most of us mid-60s to mid-70s.
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like today. forecast, you get the picture. san francisco 64 degrees. oakland, berkeley, 67, something like that. where there were 90s there are upper 70s. temperatures on the cool side. where there were 100s, low 80s tomorrow. 82 in brentwood tomorrow. 82 livermore. and this brings great air quality and puts ease on the fire danger. not that hot. humidities are high and that helps firefighters. five-day forecast, whole week is characterized by mild weather pattern. bay area weekend, and you will see temperatures warm up a little bit. upper 80s, maybe low 90s and sunday it cools down. nights are getting longer, days are getting short.
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>> mild can be good. >> all good. >> thank you. a space craft detected carbon dioxide snow falling on mars. scientists discovered it while sifting threw data. the south pole has a frozen carbon dioxide cap year round. it may help explain how it formed. >> still to come, an update on the occupy protesters in san francisco. they are on the move and blocking traffic. and thousands of pot plants found and where it was hiding and where authorities say it was headed. on your prepaid card? introducing chase liquid. the reloadable card with no fee reloads and withdrawals at chase atms. all for one flat monthly fee so there's zero confusion.
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happening now, we are continuing to follow the occupy protesters in san francisco. it is a fluids situation. right now they are marching down market street. you can see here they are blocking a half -- half of market street there and it will effect the commute. there are several hundred protesters and there have been not any arrests. it has been peaceful so far. we will update you in minutes on ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. almost 2 dozen people were
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swept up in a pot raid in sacramento county today it happened at a farm on point pleasant road. state justice agents discovered a thousand marijuana plants hidden deep in a corn field. they believe much of that marijuana was being shipped out of state. 20 people tried to scatter when the raid people breaking out the side windows. a elderly lady sustained a injury jumping out the window and 6-8 ran into the marijuana grow behind me. >> the owner of the farm is from chicago. it is not clear if she knew what was being grown on the property. waiting for their first glimpse of a newborn panda. they could hear the baby but they haven't been able to see
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it yet on the panda cam. they are about the size of a stick of butter. they plan to check on the cub after the mother had time to bond. we are live in san francisco where demonstrators are flooding the financial district. we are monitoring the crowd and we will have a live report coming up in just 2 minutes. >> also, this woman was injured when her car got sandwiched in san francisco. the evidence her husband tracked down to prove it was not her fault.
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complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. >> good evening. i am julie haener. >> i am frank somerville. at this hour occupy protesters are marching in downtown san francisco. in the past hour they marched to market street where they are now blocking traffic. ktvu's david stevenson has been with the protesters monitoring the situation. what is going on? >> reporter: they began marching from the bank of america building and they are

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